Porsche Centre Hatfield is currently undergoing a £300,000 refurbishment so that guests can experience an updated and modern showroom concept. Due for completion at the end of February, it is one of the first Porsche Centres in the UK to undergo a refurbishment with the latest Porsche showroom design.
The waiting area has received a complete overhaul with a brand new coffee bar connecting the customer lounge with reception. This provides a relaxing environment for guests to make use of the free Wi-Fi and complimentary refreshments.
Equipped with the latest Porsche showroom design, the Centre boasts a new furniture concept and state-of-the-art energy-efficient LED lighting. In addition, Porsche Centre Hatfield now has a dedicated area for the display of Classic Porsche cars.
Mike Murphy, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre Hatfield, said “With the introduction of the Classic Corner last year, and the significant investment into refurbishing our showroom, we look forward to welcoming customers to one of the most stand-out Porsche Centres in the UK. A showroom that is exemplary of Porsche’s dedication to delivering the best possible customer experience.”
Porsche Centre Hatfield is open to all customers as usual with minimal disruptions during the ongoing redesign.
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